By Lee Spector
Automatic Quantum desktop Programming offers an advent to quantum computing for non-physicists, in addition to an creation to genetic programming for non-computer-scientists. The publication explores a number of ways that genetic programming can help automated quantum machine programming and provides special descriptions of particular options, in addition to numerous examples in their human-competitive functionality on particular difficulties. resource code for the author’s QGAME quantum machine simulator is integrated as an appendix, and tips to extra on-line assets provide the reader with an array of instruments for automated quantum machine programming.
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For example, a 1-qubit gate in its compact form can be represented with only 4 complex numbers, whereas the exphcit expansion of this gate for a 10-qubit system consists of 1,048, 576 complex numbers. On the other hand, the expanded forms may be convenient for certain purposes both in the evolution and in the analysis of quantum algorithms. An ideal simulator will therefore provide both options and allow the user to switch among them according to need. 2. Source code for these algorithms is included in the distributions of QGAME, a quantum computer programming language and simulation system described in the following chapter; the code for applying an implicitly expanded gate is included in the minimal version of QGAME in the Appendix of this book.
One version of the quantum algorithm that solves this problem, found by genetic programming and simplified by Herbert J. 3 shows a gate array diagram for this same version of Grover's algorithm. Before running this program we set all qubits to the 0 state. 3. A gate array diagram for one version of Grover's database search algorithm for a 4-item database. in the database, from qubits 2 and 1. Simulation with QGAME confirms that this provides the correct answer in all cases. This simulation can be performed using TEST-QUANTUM-PROGRAM with the following inputs: • program: (As listed above).
For example, many problems are phrased with respect to a "black box" or "oracle" gate, of which we are asked to determine some property. Grover's database search problem is of this sort; we are given a multi-qubit gate that encodes a database, and we are asked to determine which input will produce a "yes" output (which the oracle usually indicates by flipping — QNOTing — a specified qubit). 2. Gate-Level Simulation There are many approaches to quantum computer simulation. At one extreme one can attempt to simulate, as realistically as possible, the exact interactions involved in a particular physical device, including noise and other effects of imprecision in the design of the physical components.
Automatic Quantum Computer Programming by Lee Spector